Last modified on 5 August 2014, at 12:04

restart

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EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ start

NounEdit

restart (plural restarts)

  1. The act of starting something again.
    After the restart of my browser, the problem went away.
    • 2011 September 18, Ben Dirs, “Rugby World Cup 2011: England 41-10 Georgia”, BBC Sport:
      England looked to put width on the ball after the restart, Armitage very nearly going over in the corner only for the video referee to decide his foot was in touch. But Armitage did get on the score-sheet five minutes later, Ben Foden straightening and putting the London Irish man in.

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VerbEdit

restart (third-person singular simple present restarts, present participle restarting, simple past and past participle restarted)

  1. To start again.
    All attempts to restart the engine failed.
  2. (computing) to reboot.

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